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it sorry. eleanor smith thank you so much. joe williams you'll stay with us, and we'll have a little bit of fun. coming from, the sports metaphors >>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. >> why do we need a straw poll? i'll take a logical look at the situation. we're just getting started on a monday night. stick around. get irresistibly clean and fresh carpets in your home with resolve deep clean powder. the moist powder removes three times more dirt than vacuuming alone while neutralizing odors for a clean you can see, smell and really enjoy. don't just vacuum clean. resolve clean. right by those who gave their lives to for this country nearly 70 years ago. >> you're back inside the war room. i'm michael shureer. john mccain has been leading a republican attack on u.n. ambassador susan rice. they claim rice who might be the next secretary of state purposely misled the american public about the attack in benghazi. that led to four americans including am bass door, dead. he realized that his baseless attacks made him seemed like a crazy old coot. he's agreed to meet r
blew it. sorry. thank you for being on the war room. joe williams will stay with us and we'll have fun. coming up, the sports metaphors will fly when we conduct our war room fantasy draft for the next cab knelt. you heard me right. it's a lot more fun than it sounded. julian bond enters the war room. voter suppression is not going away if you're reading the newspapers. >> if michele bachmann won the straw poll, why do we need a straw poll? i'll take a look at the situation, which is a mistake in the first place. we're just getting started. stick around. i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. you see grandma lives waaaay down here and you live way up here. brian, your cousin, he's a little bit older than you, he lives here, in chicago. and your aunt lisa lives here, in baltimore. uncle earnie? waaay out in hawaii. but don't you worry, we will always be together for christmas. [ male announcer ] being together is the best part of the holidays and cheerios is happy to be part of the family. you just ate
. that's a position that i've evolved in. >> eliot: joining me now political reporter joe williams and molly ball. molly, let me start with you. this is pretty quick pretty dramatic. they didn't get a single vote from the latino community. some are saying, oops, now we got to embrace you. what will the immigration platform of the republican party look like. >> i think there has been a desire for immigration reform, they've been terrified of the base on this issue, but the fact is the republican establishment and allies in the business community want this supply of labor. so this is sort of an excuse for them or an occasion for them to do what they've wanted to do for a long time. i mean if you remember immigration reform passed the senate with 62 votes in 2006. part of the reason that it didn't end up getting done under george w. bush was that democrats didn't want to give bush the win on the issue. >> eliot: how far do you think the republican party go? the dream act and leave it there? will they do something comprehensive like citizenship. >> comprehensive reform, which is going
hands, sit killing much in love. it was no one 83 when theresa williams and joe began their relationship after moving to washington. >> 29 1/2 now. >> reporter: two are now in college. >> two of the boys voted in this election. >> reporter: it's a safe bet their son's voted in favor of same-sex marriage. it's something their moms have wanted and have been unable to do in a state they call home. >> we have lived in maryland for almost 30 years. this is our home, this is where we created our family here in maryland and this is where we wanted to get married. >> reporter: a convincing of major -- voted in favor of same- sex marriage. an opposition. >> it's been a long time coming. >> reporter: efforts were made, she said, to include everyone in the discussion. >> we crossed party lines all races and creeds, we had supporters of every level behind us. >> reporter: they admit it feels odd. planning a wedding after spending most of their lives together. >> who is going to be the flower girls, who can be the photographer? who is going to officiate? that is just somethings we never expected to b
in knowing what you're going do. >> this is like watching joe dimaggio and ted williams talking about hight. >> a great analogy. there's a story in the book where you did a song in 15 minutes. somebody said that's great you did it in 15 minutes and your son said 15 minutes and 50 years of work. we asked marsalis where are we as a country and what should we be grateful on this holiday? >> turkey may be the centerpiece but let's not forget about stuffing cranberry sauce and all the comfort in dysfunction and extended family bring to the table, thanksgiving. the mythic meal shared by native americans with starving pilgrims became a symbol of giving to others in need of accepting kindness with gratitude and recognizing the temperamental nature of mother nature. president lincoln set fourth thursday in november the holiday we share. this has now become a sacred tradition. the harder the times, the greater the giving the deeper the thanks. today we slowly are coming together after a contentious election season. our candidates extended enormous resources in a divisive debate ov
.c. barack obama and joe biden won prince william county in 2008. if they get there tonight, things look very good for the obama campaign no matter who the analyst. in loudon county john mccain and sarah palin lost the vote with 63,000. barack obama and biden won it with 63% of the vote. if barack obama gets to that number or close to it tonight again it's a good night for the democrats. if not, it may be a very long night for all of us. let's bring in our panel to discuss the specifics. ed rollins is here. he was national campaign director for the reagan bush campaign in 1984. republican campaign consultant and a straight shooter. mary ann marsh is a former advisor to senator john kerry who understands the ins and outs of the northeast and many others, and amy stoddard is a columnist for the hill newspaper. impressive for months on end. let's start with you, virginia. on has of the discussi been about iowa and florida. if romney doesn't win virginia it's hard for him to get to 270. he would have to win florida and north carolina and virginia. then they can worry about the ohios of the world.
. >> and william in new york city, i like this new format. i never imagined that joe had such nice legs. >> you know, he does. thank you very much. thank you, john. "morning joe" starts right now. >> he is very much an intellectual, as you know, and a scholar, atypical military scholar, and i think that is another reason why the agency fits in well. it's much more analytic organization. they have the paramilitary arm as well. he appreciates the intellectual stimulation there, the brains versus brawn, although they have it all, and the military does, too. he's very happy where he's at now. >> that was paula broadwell on "morning joe" back in january, the woman at the center of the alleged extramarital affair. and we use the word "alleged" very loosely there with cia director david petraeus which led to the resignation from his post on friday. good morning. with us on set, msnbc political analyst, john heilemann. the president on the council on foreign relations, richard haass and author of "foreign policy begins at home: the case for putting america's house in order." and from washington, we've
not accept that. william hague seemed to agree. a ground invasion is much more difficult for the international community to support. for more for the efforts to broker peace i'm joined by james traub and by joe cirincione president of the global security foundation and author of "bomb scare: the history and future of nuclear weapons." why now? why is this simmer conflict simmering conflict happening. >> there is an election coming up in israel. the cynical interpretation would be netanyahu has decided to have this census-creating war. now is that true? i don't know. the underlying israel point of view is that it's the time to show hamas that this is unacceptable. the underlying question is given the occurrence of this event what happened four years ago looks almost identical to what is happening now. and it will happen again in four years no matter what the underlying cause. it will happen again. >> eliot: israel controlling the west bank and hamas controlling gaza. >> eliot: hamas will not agree to any peace deal unless its forced upon them between israel on the west ban
after famous people. back in '08, she said some mothers named their babies barack or joe biden. at least they were on the same ticket. >>> the fallout from the incredibly long voting lines in prince william county. >> tisha thompson has been following this since it broke yesterday. tisha, what do officials plan to do to fix this problem the next time? >> wendy, prince william county supervisor frank said he's sending a letter tonight to the board of elections, because he wants a full investigation into what happened at potomac middle school. as we reported last night, more than 1,000 people were standing in line at 5:00 p.m. waits were as long as four to five hours with the last people in line not getting a chance to actually vote until close to 11:00 p.m. there were only six machines at this location. critics, including the supervisor, and the county's democratic committee, say it resulted in voter suppression. because so many in this heavy minority precinct walked away without voting. we talked to betty wimer with the electoral board who said they plan to sit down and come up with a pl
president joe biden. this could be a very long night, but we'll be here until the end. reporting live in boston, rita williams for channel 2 news. >> some polls in the country have already closed. six states are starting to count votes. indiana, kentucky, georgia, vermont, and virginia are done. we are watching this vote across the country. right now the focus is on virginia, the first of nine so- called swing states. >> and the most critical state of these early swing states. virginia had 13 electoral votes. the polls closed about 3 minutes ago. we're expecting to get numbers soon. president obama was the first president to get the vote since lyndon johnson. it was a very, very close state for both candidates right now. obama has a slight lead in virginia. let's check one more time, see if any numbers have come in. we'll be keeping an eye on virginia. of course ohio, florida, and the other swing states as well. >> one of the states we mentioned, only one we mentioned in which president obama is expected to win is vermont. three electoral votes. we are continuing to monitor vermont. w
joe lieberman. unfortunately for her he's retiring and will not get a vote to confirm her as the next secretary of state if she's nominated. rita williams, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a new report from the centers for disease control says new data on hiv infection young people paints a shocking picture of risky behavior. the cdc estimates more than a quarter of new infections in the u.s. in 2010 were in young people ages 13 to 24 years old the majority male. of those the cdc says 60% are unaware of their hiv status. gay and bisexual report a higher rate of risky behavior. >>> officials in san francisco today asked the federal court of appeals for 24 hours advanced warning if same-sex marriages are formally legalized in california. the u.s. supreme court meets friday to consider whether to review the challenge to prop eight which is the voter approved ban on gay marriage. if the supreme court refuses to hear the case, it would direct the appeals court to formerly end the case and same-sex marriage would become legal in california. city leaders in san francisco say if that happens they wou
derrotan a los browns. joe flacco logrÓ completar 15 de 24 pases para 153 yardas y una anotaciÓn, mientras que el novato brandon weeden, con 24 pases de 37 intentos logrÓ 176 yardas y dos intercepciones, una del esquinero cary williams y otra del profundo ed reed. los ravens quedan con marca de 6 victorias y solo dos derrotas para confirmar el liderato del norte en la afc. para la semana 10 los ravens baltimore recibe a los raiders de oakland. y la derrota se dio en carolina donde el entrenador de los redskins de washington mike shanahan describiÓ este partido de la semana nueve contra los panther, que era el momento solo tenÍan una victoria, un partido que teni Ían que ganar. pero lo perdieron 21 a 13. luego de ser dominados por los panthers, shanahan ba sicamente dio por perdida la temporada 2012 y pensar para el 2013. shanahan dijo que el resto de la temporada serÁ una evaluaciÓn con miras al aÑo prÓximo. es un poco alarmante escuchar eso cuando los redskins aÚn tienen siete partidos por jugar en la temporada. por otra parte, probablemente requieren de ganar todos sus juegos re
you don't generally see. >> joe: romo is seven yards away through the air for his career high. he's thrown two picks. trails by ten. romo going for it all. got bryant down there -- williams came in and leveled his shoulder into the chest of dez bryant and may have saved a touchdo touchdown. >> troy: looked like he had a chance for it right there. he got his hands on it. looked like he had it. just at the last minute as he's coming down. you see right here. in the middle of the field, that's williams. he gets to the left. you got to stay true to the middle of the field and get depth. the redskins are fortunate because that's a ball that we've seen dez bryant catch many times. williams knocked it out. now third down and seven. underneath, pass caught, first down. clock will wind. cowboys have a time-out left. lance dunbar, good for 11. they're going to hold on to the time-out. and clock it with 36 seconds remaining. so romo now with a 441-yard day and he has set his personal record for most in a game and for the cowboys -- and really in general in the nfl. troy aikman is still on to
in space, astronaut sunita williams is back on earth. with after the astronauts from japan and russia, they arrived in kazakhstan. during the trip she broke the record for time of women walking in space. >>> vice president joe biden was in new jersey, visiting areas destroyed by superstorm sandy. he volunteered seaside heights, meeting first responders who lost their homes in the storm. he talked about his personal connection to the region and pledged long-term help. >>> during superstorm sandy, chris christie was firm about the importance of evacuating and unhappy with those who stayed in harm's way. christie stopped by saturday night live last night for a self parody for his hard nosed communication style. he dished out some hard jabs, including to those of us in the media. >> i do not thank any of the stupid mayors who ignored my evacuation rules, you're idiots. and when you ignore me, it makes you look like a real seth meyers. >> oh, come on. >> i'm speaking here. >> all right. >> i also do not want it thank the reporters that put themselves in danger. you no, by walking into the
. tomorrow heading into tuesday. where will this campaign be? >> his last event was impressed william county -- was in prince william county last night. they are hoping that this will be live shot from all the local news stations and richmond featuring vice president joe biden at that event. he will be joined by john mellencamp and vice president joe biden's wife. there was this narrative that republicans were pushing maybe one or two weeks ago but was this idea that the obama campaign had abandoned virginia. he will have his entire day that shows how serious they are. the personal sense of that is that i look at the electrical math'. i think it will be an early night if we think the president has won virginia. it makes all the sins in the world why they continue to play here. >> if it is that close and virginia, how many calls are they making to voters? what are you hearing from the two campaigns? >> the ground game is an essential aspect of this conversation. what we have been seeing is that the republicans have a much better ground game than they had in 2008. if you look back on for years
for governor romney. we'll be looking at places look virginia, prince william county, a swing county, we'll look to see who's winning those place where is it's been tight. >> we see now vice president joe biden along with dr. jill biden, these are live pictures of them voting if greenville, delaware. it appears the vice president is waiting in line just like everybody else. he doesn't get to cut the line. delaware not a swing state. but what about -- we see so many people in lines today. how much of the early vote matters? i've been looking at these numbers. it's stunning to see how many people have already voted. >> strategists were able to call the race in 2008 several days before. the election may be already over and we don't know it until the votes are counted. but because people have already voted early. >> as always, turnout is crucial. >> turnout has been crucial for three weeks. in other words, in colorado, nevada, north carolina, it may have been crucial before today, but on election day, as nancy mentioned in her piece, republicans have to turn their base out. >> stay with us,
boss is a jerk who made me come in early. >> robert, you suck. yes, john. >> we also have william. he's up with a question. would mika say lithuanian or polish vodka is best. >> that's easy. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> i'm telling you, willy, you can look at the skyline this morning. you can hear the sweet strains of kiss in the background. today's going to be a big day on "morning joe." >> something's just -- you know what, something happened. you just feel a disturbance in the force. >> something in the air. >> something in the air tonight. >> on a very special "morning joe." >> this is a very, very special "morning joe." ♪ >> you know, i should have actually worn my don johnson, miami vice. right up to here, roll that up, baby. you know what, i don't know if you knew this or not, you should know it because you usually come over, we help the kids down at the orphanage. >> early. >> we go smoke a pack or two. then you come to my house for thanksgiving. willy, every thanksgiving at least for the past seven, eight years, what do i wear? >> the don johnson gear. >> yes. >> on
carnegie and william randolph hearst among others. today, he will be speaking on the plutarch's, the remarkable life in turbulent times of joe kennedy. he said that he is wanting to get to know the person of who he is writing. he has been called a brilliant and compelling author who wrote a brilliant book. i am sure that you will be happy to hear from doctor david nasaw. another speaker we have is les standiford. director of the creative writing institute and a mentor to many young aspiring writers in our area. he has written in so many different topics screenplays and short stories and anthologies. and seven narrative nonfiction books. including washington burning and a favorite of mine, last trip to paradise. today, in a very timely topic for what the world is experiencing in our own american history that we are making, it is called desperate sons, "samuel adams, patrick henry, john hancock, and the secret bands of radicals who led the colonies to war". thank you, and i know you're going to enjoy the presentation. [applause] [applause] >> thank you. i am david nasaw and i a
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